‘Bad Fire’: A new, hallucinatory memoir
From the book description:
“A brief, galloping memoir of mental illness, containing unflinching observations and unorthodox positions on Judaism, atheism, gender, weight loss, madness, and butterflies. With color illustrations by the author.”
After these events concluded in my life, I spent seven months writing this thirty-page memoir. Every word has been scrubbed over and over. If these topics interest you, and if you want a short, emotionally intense, true story, then grab a copy of Bad Fire. This is what I have to offer at this time. Thanks for your support.
- “What can we make of the death of Aaron’s sons?”, published 7 March 2019 on Jewish Boston.com, in which I discuss the Biblical background of some of the imagery in Bad Fire.
- “The Suicide of Nadav and Abihu,” published in the Passover/Spring 2019 issue of Shalom Magazine, in which I reach a conclusion on that same question. (Turn to page 40 in the Issuu reader below.)
- I was interviewed by Maribel Garcia for Book Club Babble, (posted 2 May 2019).
- Prefer to listen to audiobooks? You can listen to the entire memoir for free online. Bad Fire by Tucker Lieberman. Read by the author. (1 hour, 1 minute; MP3, 90 MB) Intro/outro music by Tyops (Creative Commons attribution license).